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Poster: ColdRain108 Date: Jul 1, 2011 9:13am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: weres' the wall

I'm sitting on a nice piece of the wall. One of the big single 15" cabinets. I use it as part of my bass rig. I bought it from a guy in Seattle who said he got it from a friend who got it from a roady who got it from Phil. I've looked at one of the old mac 2300's, but I couldn't get my back around a 120lb power amp...

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Poster: leftwinger57 Date: Jul 1, 2011 12:58am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: weres' the wall

my friend had the Mac 2100 which was 105 watts a side and if your into this kind of stuff he also had an Alembic 6sting stereo the John Mcvie style w/ the birds eye maple.For a pre/amp he used a Furman which was also coming into their own at the time.Add that a Moerley pedal,an EchoPlex and some other foot gear. For speakers he bought used Hard Truckers w/ new 15in JBLs and for the other side he used a set of Guass speakers. He was one of the best bass player to not be to well known.As a side bar he did play w/ Robert Hunter as Comfort and were modestley successful. Glad to hear you like the stuff that makes the stuff that comes out of those fingers and throats.Also we took a trip to the warehouse in Marin and the whole tweeter array was in pieces.A sad commentary on the life on the road.